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Advanced Towing Company LLC
Below are just a few of our clients. If we're not already on your
vendor list please let us know. We provide service to hundreds
of individual properties and may already do business with your
management company or parent company.
Jeffrey Charles Management
Jones Lang Lasalle
Knights of Columbus
Legum & Norman
Lincoln Property Company
Northern Virginia Management
Polinger Shannon & Luchs
S & S Properties
Saul Centers, Inc.
Sport and Health Clubs
Van Metre Companies
Virginia Commerce Bank
Wells Fargo Bank
Arlington County Government
Arlington Hospital Center
Arlington Federal Credit Union
BB & T Bank
Behringer Harvard Properties
Berkshire Property Advisors
CB Richard Ellis
Charles E. Smith
Combined Properties, Inc.
Community Management Corp.
Address: 4000-C North 5th Road Arlington VA 22203 Office: 703-525-0550 Fax: 703-525-8499
Owners or custodians of vehicles towed without their consent due to enforcement of private property parking restrictions who have a question, complaint or dispute may send inquiries through the contact form on this page or directly to TowingInfoManager@gmail.com
Since we have no complaints on file with BBB's from our customers (those whose hire our services), and due to the inability of BBB's to adequately characterize, vet, evaluate and respond to inquiries or complaints pursuant to non-consent towing transactions we are unable to accept inquiries, complaints or disputes related to non-consent towing from or through Better Business Bureaus. Non-consent towing inquiries, complaints or disputes should be sent directly to TowingInfoManager@gmail.com. See what CNN Money has to say about Better Business Bureaus.
All inquiries MUST include the towing receipt number (if applicable) and occurrence date, owner name and contact information.
Non-consensual Towing Inquiries, Complaints or Disputes
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are Predatory Parking Space Poachers?
Predatory Parking Space Poachers are vehicle owners who disregard posted parking restrictions to occupy valuable parking spaces or lots.
2. Why would a parking violator be towed if there appear to be ample parking spaces?
Ample parking spaces are often the result of consistent application of parking restrictions.
3.) Why would property owners care if I use their parking spaces for just a few minutes if I am not patronizing businesses associated with their lot, if I do not have a parking permit or if I am otherwise unauthorized to park?
Property and business owners impose parking restrictions when parking abuses are anticipated or have been identified. Motorists who disregard posted parking restrictions and who otherwise occupy lots without authorization may take valuable spaces away from owners, residents or businesses who pay, in most cases, a lot of money to have parking available.